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Hepatitis B: Knowledge about the silent killer's symptoms and cure

Hepatitis B is a blood borne viral infection that affects the liver. It can be transmitted by bodily fluids or blood through acts like sharing of razor, toothbrush and intercourse. Hepatitis is seen as dangerous because many people don't know they are infected and it takes years for its complications to manifest itself in form of cirrhosis and liver cancer, which are very difficult to treat and have high impact on the quality of life.

People infected with hepatitis B virus experience the following symptoms:

  • Loss of appetite
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Pain under the rib ( Liver pain )
  • Fever
  • Joint pain
  • Jaundice.

Normally these symptoms disappear in a few weeks, but even when the person feels much better, they may still be infectious. CLICK TO CURE.

Hepatitis B is fast becoming a global public health challenge, because the disease contributes to the highest number of deaths such as malaria, AIDS, and tuberculosis.

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